Saturday, November 19, 2016

Food Regulations Under Review

Dear NZCPR Reader,   

This week we look into whether the Government’s new food bill is stifling innovation and crippling small business – and we advise concerned readers that a formal review of the new law is currently underway with the deadline for submissions 5pm on December 5th, our NZCPR Guest Commentator Anna Tait-Jamieson shares her insight into the dangers of heavy-handed regulation in the food sector, and our poll asks whether you think the new food laws are too bureaucratic.

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Chris said...
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The latest food regs have gone completely over the top, once again with the dairy industry making it so hard and so expensive for the few farmers who want to supply raw milk to the community, that many of them have pulled out. I was talking to one young chap whose family supplied raw milk near Blenheim who said the cost of milk testing every 10 days was about $20000 per year and unless he sold 500 liters a day it was costing him big time. But there are many families out there whose health has improved since drinking unpasteurized milk. Why can't these people choose their own destiny?

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